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HPMA Announces Call for Style Spotters at HPMKT 2025

The High Point Market Authority (HPMA) announces its call for influential interior designers and other industry tastemakers to lead its signature Style Spotters program in 2025, with applications accepted now through July 26. 

The 2025 Style Spotters team will be made up of first-timers to the program only. Five home fashion pace setters— individually selected to scour High Point Market exhibitor showrooms at next year’s April and October trade shows—will be responsible for identifying the top furnishings trends presented each season. 

In addition to spotlighting items in showrooms during each Market, the 2025 Style Spotters will present favorite products on their social media channels and in special features posted to the High Point Market website. 

“We encourage the best and brightest in the residential interiors sector to apply for a coveted spot on the 2025 Style Spotters team,” says Tammy Covington Nagem, HPMA president and CEO. “We grow exposure for all that High Point Market has to offer through your infectious enthusiasm for good design.” 

The HPMA Style Spotters program was launched in 2011, boasting an impressive roster of design arbiters throughout its history. The program endures as one of the trade show organizer’s most effective vehicles for showcasing new home furnishings products. 

To be considered for the 2025 team, candidates must be new to the Style Spotters program and complete the online application located on the High Point Market Style Spotters hub page www.highpointmarket.org/stylespotters. Submissions will be accepted through 5:00 PM ET on July 26. The 2025 Style Spotters team will be announced later this year. 



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